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SAP – Finding tables/BAPIs SAP component/Sub-component wise

Hi All,

Here i am trying to write a document which will be helpful to identify Tables/BAPI/BAdi to process custom developments/enhancements when Business require something which is not SAP Standard Functionality, then information like SAP tables, BAPI’s & BAdIs becomes vital.

Sometimes we get stuck in finding right table/bapi which needs to implemented to complete Business requirements.


I have Posted one document related to some table and there links with other tables, so i am also giving the same as Reference as below:

SAP PS- Useful Tables Linkage to fetch data from various tables

This document contain mostly tables related to Project Systems.

Usually we find tables using word/characters such as PR*, AU* etc in SE11/SE16/SE16N which might leads to miss out table. So now we can see method to see complete list of tables in a structured manner.

go to tcode-SE16N and use F4 option to get the below:


then click on ‘SAP Applications’ to view all the standards SAP components.


Now let’s search tables within SAP Project Systems than drill down to PS Component:


you can see basic table of Project (PROJ) and WBS (PRPS) etc.


BAPI’s list are also available similar to tables. Just you need to go to tcode-SE37 and use F4 option


if you know name of BAPI then enter name or search criteria in Function Module other wise you can again click in application Component and F4 to see all BAPIs.


Now Browse for respective Module like PS-> PS-ST,


Click Ok


These all are available in Standard SAP.


I am referring a document available with SAP as below

Implementing a Business Add In (BAdI) in an Enhancement

For BAdI’s, we may need to refer different SAP Notes.

User Exit within Tcode: finding User Exit which are used in different TCODE than Follow below link for Explanation:

How to find User Exit for any T. Code

Thank you for reading and hope you liked it. I will be regularly updating this Document for rest of important formula/links.

Thank you for your time and feedback!

Suggestions would be appreciated and always welcome to improve Quality of this document.

Warm Regards

Sunil Yadav

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Hi Sunil,

      The information is very helpful and useful.


      Author's profile photo Sunil Yadav
      Sunil Yadav
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks DJ 🙂

      Author's profile photo Rajiv Sharma
      Rajiv Sharma

      Hello Sunil

      Excellent post.

      Author's profile photo Sunil Yadav
      Sunil Yadav
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks Rajiv

      Author's profile photo Shubham Srivastava
      Shubham Srivastava

      Good One..

      Author's profile photo Sunil Yadav
      Sunil Yadav
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks Shubham